Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Aguascalientes
One of the oldest areas in Aguascalientes, Downtown Aguascalientes always remains crowded, thanks to its various excellent attractions. The historic area feature many marvelous museums like Museo de Aguascalientes, the city's art museum and more. One can’t miss the Baroque Government Palace which is widely known for its hundred arches.
Inspired by a neighborhood’s name in Seville, Triana is ideal for sightseeing. While roaming in the neighborhood one will come across numerous architectures with a strong Spanish Influence. Spiritual types can visit the splendid church of Our Lady of Guadalupe while museum goers can study the authentic signed printed plates of renowned cartoonist José Guadalupe Posada at the Jose Guadalupe Posada Museum.
The neighborhood of San Marcos attracts visitors with its beautiful baroque church and neoclassical garden. But the biggest crowd puller of this neighborhood is the legendary San Marcos Fair that is being celebrated since ages. Don’t forget to see the bull and cock fight.